Once the game concluded, Hoyett announced his intentions to sign with Mississippi State during a ceremony with fans and fellow students in attendance.
Next week the Panthers host Stanhope-Elmore.
While the final score was not to his liking, West Point running back Aeris Williams rushed for 194 yards and four touchdowns on 34 carries in a 55-33 loss to South Panola on Thursday night.
Williams and West Point (0-1) will host Starkville (1-1) who is coming off of a loss to Oxford.
Darius Liggins collected a handful of tackles despite most of the action going away from him in the OHS 35-24 win over the Yellowjackets.
Oxford (2-0) will host Cleveland-Eastside next week.
Lashard Durr and Harrison Central overcame five turnovers in a 39-0 shutout win over West Harrision.
The Red Rebels (2-0) will host Greene County (2-0) next week in a battle of early undefeateds.
Jamoral Graham and Newton County rolled again this week with a 52-21 pasting of Southeast Lauderdale.
Newton County (2-0) will host the Whippets of Kosciusko next week who have been impressive in the early going.
Nick Fitzgerald and Richmond Hill got their season started with a win Thursday night in a 29-7 win over Johnson.
Despite some first half rust, Nick got things going in the second half and ended the night with 105 rushing yards and two touchdowns on just 10 carries.
Logan Cooke had a solid night for Columbia Academy in a 24-20 loss to Sylva Bay.
Cooke hauled in two touchdown passes and had a solid night kicking.
Cooke averaged just under 69 yards on five kickoff attempts and just over 46 yards per punt.
The Cougars (1-1) will travel to Ben Ford's next week.
Chris Rayford and Byhalia suffered their first loss of the young season at the hands of North Panola, 48-7.
The Indians (1-1) will travel to Center Hill next week in hopes of getting back on track.
Dontavian Lee and FCAHS got all they wanted and then some from Bassfield on Friday night.
The Aggies had a tough time getting anything going offensively and fell 42-29 to the 2A defending champions.
FCAHS (0-1) will travel to Stone next week in hopes of evening their record.
Gerri Green and Greenville-Weston so a reversal of fortune this week as they tasted defeat at the hands of Clarksdale 26-6.
Weston (1-1) will host Grenada next week in an important match-up for each program.
Deshon Cooper and Columbia blew out Cedar Hill 52-7 to get their season off to a solid start.
CHS will play at McNair High next weekend.
Elijah Staley and Wheeler High (1-0) enjoyed a bye week and will play at Pope High next week.
Jocquell Johnson and Co-Lin (1-0) won a hard fought contest against Northeast on Thursday night, 29-20.
The Wolfpack will travel to Northwest this week.
Norman Price and Hinds rolled over Mississippi Delta, 49-7.
Hinds will travel to Coahoma next week to take on the (0-1) Tigers.